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Two teenagers, Govinda Narain Carpenen and Geraldo Reine de Carthage, who were convicted each to 24 years penal servitude for the offence of rape, have been acquitted on appeal.
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The fine of Rs 4,561,590, which Police Inspector R. Seewoosungkur has to pay after he was found guilty of and convicted for fiscal evasion on non-declared goods imported illegally from Dubai, has been upheld on appeal before the Supreme Court.
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Friday, 01 March 2013 14:37

Labavarde family loses appeal

The Labavarde family has lost its appeal against the Nam Cam family in relation to the ownership of an immovable property situated at Arsenal before the Court of Civil Appeal.
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Friday, 04 January 2013 14:58

Fines for forgery quashed on appeal

Mrs M.E. Collet, an employee of the department of Finance at the defunct District Council of Grand-Port/Savane, who was convicted by the Intermediate Court to pay Rs 10,000 fine in respect of each of the 12 counts of information for forgery in a private writing for which she was found guilty, has been acquitted on appeal before the Supreme court.
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The Law Lords of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) have granted leave to Dharmanand Dhooharika, the editor in chief of weekly Samedi Plus, to appeal against the decision of the Supreme Court having on the bench the Senior Puisne Judge and the Acting Chief Justice, Keshoe Parsad Matadeen, and Justice Ashraf Caunhye,  convicting the latter to 3 months’ imprisonment for contempt of Court.
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Abdool Gafoor Fakira, Sanjiv Kumar Ramjuttun and Jean Denis Volbert will not have to each serve a prison sentence after they were found guilty of abduction and sequestration of Mitradev Ramnarain by the Intermediate Court.
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The litigation between Rainbow Insurance Co. Ltd, a company in receivership, and the Financial Services Commission (FSC) in relation to an ex parte application for an order from the Bankruptcy Court to revoke the appointment of the provisional liquidator, Louis Clency Appavoo, turns once more in favour of the regulatory body and the Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Development.
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Friday, 10 August 2012 14:22

Illegal bookmaker acquitted on appeal

IIn a judgment delivered a few days ago the appeal Court, having on the bench Justices Ashraf Caunhye and Nirmala Devat, invited the Prosecution authorities to sanction those persons responsible for not having done their work to the best of their capability.
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Fined Rs 10,000 by the District Court of Pamplemousses, having on the bench the ex-magistrate Joy Ramphul, after she was found guilty of charge for having misappropriated a sum of Rs 49,502 to the prejudice of one B. Goorbin, her ex-employer, appellant Swarn Kamal Moorly, has been successful on appeal.
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Accused Swaley Jahaly has no chance. The appeal lodged by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) contesting his dismissal on three counts of information by the District Court of Mahebourg will have to be heard anew.
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